State health officials listed 186 new cases of COVID-19 today, July 6, in Collin County. The total number of deaths in the county is now 94. That's an increase of 14 compared to Monday's figures and 30 over the past two days.
Currently, there are more than 750 people with COVID-19 or suspected to have the virus in the state's hospitals. As of Saturday, there were 1,921 people hospitalized in L.A. County with confirmed COVID-19 cases; 28% of those people were in the ICU and 18% were on ventilators. The county had only six positive results before July 1 with the last reported in early June.
Doña Ana County, which borders Texas and Mexico, recorded the most cases in Monday's report - 85 new positive tests.
Globally, more than 11.5 million diagnoses have been made and 536,658 deaths have been reported. 885 Individuals have recovered from COVID 19. So far 26 cases and no deaths have been reported by the county. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke Monday morning at Flaget Memorial Hospital and expressed his thanks to the front-line first-responders. For information on how to obtain testing, contact the Effingham County Health Department at 217-342-9237 or your healthcare provider.
Positive cases are those in which a patient has been tested for and diagnosed with coronavirus.
The North Dakota Department of Health has tallied 3,816 cases, but 87% of those have recovered.
DHEC's totals can have small increases and decreases day to day as officials find discrepancies in the data.
MEADE COUNTY. Meade County reported one new case, bringing the county total to 33.